“Cheater” Crock Pot Bread
This is so easy! And it’s actually delicious too. It’s actually really weird. Once these canned biscuits go through the crockpot they DON’T taste like canned biscuits. They taste like yeast rolls. I have no idea how it happened or if it will work with another brand. I DO know it’s worked with this brand several times.
One day I made these Slow Cooker Ribs, Baked Beans & Steakhouse Mac ‘n Cheese. We don’t always eat this good, trust me…but we had guest coming over and I was in the mood to cook. So anyways, I really wanted yeast rolls to go with this meal.
I didn’t have time to make them from scratch and the frozen ones had gotten freezer burned. And the chicken’s were very happy with that happening too!
I knew the guests that were coming over would have stopped and bought rolls but I figured “what the heck”…most everything I’d made that day was working out. No, I am NOT tooting my own horn here. It was just a day when everything finally “worked”. Trust me, there were several epic fails leading up to it though :)
And The End Results…
If you try this recipe you’re time will vary. Every single slow cooker is different. No matter the brand and no matter if you have two of the same brand and size sitting side-by-side. Now, if you bought two of the same shelf, same year, etc…they’d probably be the same.
But there are those of us that have collected them over the years (yeah, I’m talking slow cookers). None of mine have the same cook times. Just watch the bread pretty close the first couple times. You’ll figure your crockpot out and then it’ll be easy peasy!
Give them a shot…let us know what you think!
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- 1 can Grands “Flaky Layers” Biscuits
- 1 stick of Butter
Liberally butter the crockpot insert.
Separate the biscuits and place in a single layer in the slow cooker.
Cut the remaining butter into thin slices and place over the rolls.
Cover and cook on low for 2 to 3 hours